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Are you partying too much? What are the effects of smoking marijuana? How can you tell if you're too stressed out, or if you're eating enough fruits and vegetables? Find out how you're really doing by taking one of our online assessments. They're fast, they're informative and, most importantly, they're completely confidential. Students and staff are always available to help answer questions, interpret your test results and suggest ways for you to start developing healthier habits.
e-CHUG: Get personalized feedback about your risk patterns, level of alcohol tolerance, family risk factors and suggested ways to limit your alcohol use.
e-TOKE: The e-TOKE (electronic THC Online Knowledge Experience) is a 10- to 15-minute, confidential interactive survey designed to assess how your use of marijuana might be affecting your overall health and wellbeing.
Target Heart Rate: Calculate THR to tell how fast your heart should beat during exercise in order to get the maximum benefit.
Pace: Find out how long it will take to finish a mile if you run, walk, or crawl.
Heart Rate and Blood Pressure: Make sure your ticker's in good shape by monitoring your blood pressure. High blood pressure can cause stroke, heart disease, kidney failure and more, and can occur in people of any age, race or gender. Check yours today!
Calorie Expenditure: Learn how many calories you burn doing activities like running, cycling or housework.
Calorie King: The site offers a weight-loss program with tools and resources to shed pounds easily. There's also a food database that provides nutritional information for a large variety of foods and restaurants.
Estimated Caloric Requirements: Fill in your level of activity for a day to see how many calories you need to maintain your weight.
New Year's Party Calculator: Figure out how long it will take you to walk off all those New Year's drinks and snacks.
Holiday Calorie Counter: Holiday parties usually mean loads of fun and food. Calculate the calories you eat during a typical party and how far you have to walk to burn it off.
Serving Conversion Calculator: Use this tool whenever you need to change measuring units, e.g., the recipe calls for cups but the can says fluid ounces.
Calorie Lab: A database containing nutritional information for over 70,000 foods and 500 restaurants.
Sample Reduced Calorie Menus: Menus provide examples of what to eat when you're on a diet of 1200 or 1600 calories. There are a variety of reduced calorie menu options available.
Body Mass Index: Your BMI indicates whether or not you're in a healthy weight range for your sex and height.
Basal Energy Expenditure: By adding up your B.E.E., you know how many calories your body needs to function, e.g., breathing, staying at 98.6 degrees, etc.
Daily Caloric Needs: Determine how many calories you need to maintain or lose weight. The nutritional needs calculator can then help break down those calories into carbs, proteins and fat so you're eating a balanced diet.
Waist-to-Hip Ratio: Belly fat puts you at greater risk for a heart attack. Put in your waist and hip measurements to see if your ratio is in the healthy range.
Health Age Questionnaire: The questionnaire estimates the age of your body based on a number of factors, e.g., smoking, activity level, etc. It also predicts your life expectancy.
Check Up On Your Bones: An interactive bone health check-up. Discover what things put your bones at risk and develop a plan to make your bones stronger.
Diabetes Risk Calculator: Out of the 23.6 million people who have diabetes, an estimated 5.7 million don't know they have it. Take the test to determine if you're at risk.
High Blood Pressure Calculator: Put in your current blood pressure numbers to determine if it's too high. The site provides ways to decrease your blood pressure and your health risk.
Stress Assessment: School's full of stressors. Learn how to manage and reduce your stress with this tool.
Health and Wellness Apps for Your Smart Phone: Practice your health and wellness on the go with apps ranging from daily calorie counts, walking trackers, push-ups, and more.